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PC Maintenance Services

PC repair near meThere is a lot going on inside of your PC, and from time to time, things may stop working the way they should. Maybe your machine is running slow, your Wi-Fi no longer turns on, or maybe your computer suddenly doesn’t even power on! The possibilities of what can go wrong with PCs are endless, and it may be hard to know what exactly needs to be done to fix your issue. Luckily, we offer free PC diagnostic services, so that you’ll know just what your computer needs to get healthy again. Our diagnostics are always completely free. Once we have diagnosed your device, we will provide a detailed repair quote, and it’s up to you to decide to have any repair performed. There are however, a few problems that occur frequently for our customer base.

If your computer starts slowing down as you open more applications and files, it might be time to have your memory (RAM) upgraded or replaced. The more RAM* your PC has, the more tasks it can handle at once. Upgrading your RAM is a cost-effective way to breathe new life into your machine.

Hard drives are the other most likely component in a computer to malfunction – especially traditional hard drives, which contain many moving parts and are in constant use. It’s often not a matter of if one will fail, but when – and a failing HD can leave your computer out of commission. If you can no longer boot your computer, notice it’s freezing often, or find that it no longer provides enough storage for your growing media collection, then our Hard Drive Replacement/Upgrade service may be for you. We could even upgrade your computers with hard drives that are up to 15 times faster! If you’re worried about losing any of your files then again, do not worry, as we can restore your hard drive 100% as it is on the one we replace it with.

Not only can viruses and malware get your information stolen, but they also mess with how your computer functions. It may get slower, and less responsive or even start to freeze. Due to these issues, you might to be constantly holding down the power button on your computer to restart it, which can damage your hard drive.

You can think of your computer like a vehicle; your car needs maintenance done to run the way you expect to and so does your computer. Your computer needs maintenance every two to four weeks to maintain its performance. If that’s not happening, then you will slowly see your computer not work as well and potentially even break over time due to corrupted files, viruses, malware and overheating. Why worry about this yourself though? For more information, please see our managed services page so that Midori Services can take a Proactive response instead of a Reactive response to all your technology related problems.


*The maximum capacity of RAM your computer can handle is dependent upon the model of computer you have.